As well as appearing on camera, Denise Dowse has directed a number of projects such as “Recorded In Hollywood,” a musical about avant-garde rock n’ roll radio host and record store owner John Dolphin , and “Remember Me: The Mahalia Jackson Story,” held its worldwide premiere on April 19, 2022 at 30th Pan-African Art and Film Festival in Los Angeles. The film about singer and gospel activist Mahalia Jackson stars Grammy Award winner Ledisi in the title role and Columbus Short as Dr. Martin Luther King, alongside Janet Hubert, Keith David and Corbin Bleu.
Dowse is also remembered for the impact she left on the industry in her mid-to-late years. Above post Announcing her death, her “Beverly Hills 90210” co-star Ian Ziering said:
My scenes with Denise will always be remembered with the utmost respect for her talent, and for the loving spirit she had. Some of my best audible off-camera laughs were between her and me giving the discipline Mrs. Teasley would give my Steve Sanders.
In the same post, “Insecure” star and co-creator Issa Rae also offered condolences, saying: “Lots of love. Ms. Denise will be missed and her impact will be felt. received for generations. I am forever grateful to her guidance.”
Whether she’s playing a judge, a doctor, a mother, or an angel, Denise Dowse is a force of love and protection in both the fictional and real world. We at /Film would like to send our condolences to her family and loved ones.
https://www.slashfilm.com/964432/denise-dowse-star-of-beverly-hills-90210-and-insecure-has-died-at-64/ Denise Dowse, Beverly Hills Star, 90210 And Unsafe, Dies at 64